Week of August 31, 2015 Archives
RealClearWorld Evening Edition
Tuesday, September 1The Life of ISIS Leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi
- W. McCants, BrookingsEcuador's Political Eruption
- Martin Pallares, New York TimesCanada's Election Tightens
- John Geddes, Maclean'sThe Pope to Priests: You May Forgive Abortion
- B. Latza Nadeau, DBFacts Rain on Xi's Parade
- Walter Russell Mead, The American InterestBirthright Citizenship: Not an American Idea
- Heather Horn, The AtlanticThe Strange New Appeal of Grizzled Leftists
- Sholto Byrnes, The NationalWhere the Refugee Crisis Threatens to Be Calamity
- Liz Sly, Wash Post
Monday, August 31Life on the U.S.-Russia Border
- Humphrey Hawksley, BBCIs India Really an Emerging Power?
- S. Javed Burki, The Express TribuneThe Price of Europe's Indifference
- Bernard-Henri Levy, Project SyndicateEurope Will Help Crush Oppressed Iranians
- B. Weinthal, IndependentWho's Joining China's Military Parade?
- G. Chang, World Affairs JournalWhy US Generals Don't Want Advisers on Iraq Front
- Bing West, WaPoTaking Action Against Iran Could Get Even Harder
- M. Eisenstadt, WOTRThe French Are Buying Up Portugal
- Paul Ames, Politico EU
Thursday, August 27Trump & Corbyn: The Voices of the Trolls
- Anne Applebaum, SlateBest Defense of Obama's Foreign Policy
- D. Drezner, Washington PostWhat Should China Do?
- Michael Boskin, Project SyndicateEurope Abandons the Art of Compromise
- Kaj Leers, RealClearWorldWhat Is Driving Balkan Exodus?
- Koelbl, Kuntz & Mayr, Der SpiegelCan Russia's Military Bots Keep Pace?
- Samuel Bendett, RealClearWorldWhy Russia Is So Afraid of French Cheese
- Brian Whitmore, AtlanticDon't Celebrate Your Birthday in Tajikistan
- Dan Peleschuk, GP
Wednesday, August 26Why North Korea Won't Be the Next Iran
- J. Hemmings, National InterestChina Loses Luster
- David Ignatius, Washington PostAmerica Has a Stake in Kurdish Statehood
- Max Boot, CommentaryArab Countries Forcing Palestinian Exiles Back Into Syria
- Daily BeastRussia's Brave New Crisis
- Maxim Trudolyubov, Moscow TimesA 21st-Century Migrant's Essentials: Food, Shelter, Smartphone
- NYTDebating China's GDP Numbers
- Eric Tegler, The DiplomatObama's Arms-Control Delusion
- R. James Woolsey, National ReviewMaybe the Iran Debate Is Just Meaningless Political Theater
Tuesday, August 25Putting Europe's Borders Back Up
- EconomistYes, We Should Worry About China
- Martin Wolf, Financial TimesCorbyn Could Help Lead UK Right Out of Europe
- P. Toynbee, GuardianThe Danger of Know-Nothing Foreign Policy
- K. Vanden Heuvel, WaPoWere the China Contrarians Right?
- Joe Nocera, New York TimesNo, the Deal Does Not Make War With Iran Easier
- J Tobin, CommentaryCharting the Labyrinth That Is U.S.-Mexico Ties
- A. Sarukhan, BrookingsWould Catalonia Offer Citizenship in South France?
- M. Noguer, El PaisAssad Is More Than Happy to Wait
- Hassan Hassan, The National
Monday, August 24China's 'Black Monday' Is Just the Start
- Elliot Wilson, SpectatorEurope Needs to Let the Migrants In
- Philippe Legrain, Foreign PolicyPyongyang & the Kremlin Have Plenty in Common
- Golts, Moscow TimesAnarchy in Iraq's Basra
- Matt Bradley & Ali Nabhan, Wall Street JournalIs Cockney Rhyming Slang Dying Out?
- Kathy Gilsinan, The AtlanticEurope's Banks Are Still Vulnerable
- G. Wolff & A. Mody, BruegelEurope's Anti-Austerity Prophets Regroup
- Nicholas Vinocur, Politico EUAustralia Will Jump Into the Syrian Fray
- Peter Hartcher, SMHThe Greek Bailout Could Topple Dutch Premier
- Dina Pardijs, ECFR